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Here are the online groups currently available. Check back frequently or sign up for churchmail to receive the latest news on groups, worship and additional ministry events.
Discussion and Support Groups
- Lenten Small Group Study
- Sunday Morning Seminar
- Not So Chili Cook-off/Trivia Night!
- Transitions: A New Journey -For those in career transition
- Young Professionals Group
- Caregiver Support Group
Lenten Small Group Study
Weekly – Mondays at 1:30PM via Zoom
Forgiving others and humbly asking for forgiveness are central disciplines for all Christian Believers. Lent is an appropriate time to deepen our understanding and practice of forgiveness. “Forgiveness is the healing stream flowing out from the crucified Christ over a world that does not know how desperately it needs the healing” Marjorie J. Thompson.
Please note, this group is currently filled. If you have any questions, please contact Alexandra Mead, Christian Education Director.
Sunday Morning Seminar
March 21 and 28 at 9am via Zoom
On March 21 and March 28 The Reverend Leslie Dobbs-Allsopp and Dr. Matthew Webb will explore Bach’s St. John Passion in the Virtual Sunday Morning Seminar.
This oratorio sets poetry and texts from the Gospel of John to dramatic music to tell the story of the betrayal and suffering of Jesus.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your appreciation for Bach’s
masterpiece and to deepen your connection to this central story of our faith.
Register Here. (Please note, if you registered for our last seminar, you do not need to register again).
Young Professionals Group
Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, March 9 at 7pm
We’ll be studying Jill Duffield’s Lent in Plain Sight. I’ll be picking up a few copies, so please let me know if you’d be interested in one! This is a daily devotional series, so we’ll plan on reading the devotional daily (just 2-3 pages) and then discussing the two weeks worth of material that we’ll have in between each meeting.
Excited to meet with you all again. As always, feel free to pass this along to anyone you know who may be interested. See and talk to you all soon!
Contact Patrick to learn more or join.
Not So Chili Cook-off/Trivia Night
Sunday, March 14 from 4-5pm
Our youth ministry is inviting you to gather on Zoom for a night of fun and trivia in an effort to raise awareness about our Youth Ministry’s mission programs. This event will take the place of our annual Chili Cook-Off Fundraiser.
Even though it’s going to look different than it has in the past, our youth
ministry still wanted a time where we could gather together and highlight some of the mission efforts that our students have participated in over the year. We will not be asking for any donations this year as your support through prayer will be more than enough. However, if you would still like to make a donation to our Youth Ministry’s mission efforts, you can do so
through Breeze or indicating as such on cash or check contributions.
Our youth have worked incredibly hard to put this event together. We’ll have two rounds of trivia broken up by breakout and category. Some of the categories include Bible, History, and TV and Film. You’ll also see some pictures of our youth ministry in action over the year. I hope to see you there! Thank you supporting the Youth Ministry at PCM!
- Parents and students in the youth ministry can join our Band for daily posts. Create a profile and join us.
- Middle School Midweek. Wednesday at 4:15PM.
- High School Youth Group. Sunday at 1:15PM.
Family Caregiver Support Group
Fridays at 1PM.
This group is geared toward supporting those who are currently caring for an ill loved one. To learn more or join this group, contact Rev. Sarah to join.
Transitions: A New Journey
Career Transitions Group
Has the pandemic left you furloughed, unemployed, or under-employed? Are you ready for a new opportunity but not sure where to start in this economy?
A support group for those in career transition. The group combines both practical and emotional support to help you get through this challenging time. Interested?